This video provides a high level overview of what content is contained in the NetSuite Usage Basics course on this site, and talks about some of the instructors experience working with NetSuite. We also talk about who the course is for, and any prerequisite knowledge you should have going in.
In this video we look at any specific prerequisite knowledge you should have going into this course, however there is not a lot that is needed, mostly basic computer and internet use skills. We also talk about how the instructors account is setup, and address some places where you may see differences between the training and how your NetSuite instance works. Finally we talk about course updates now and in the future.
In this video we cover what NetSuite is. We talk about ERP systems in general, and how they can be used in improve business efficiency. We cover why you may want to use NetSuite, how it can be used to help manage your business, and some of what the system is capable of doing. We talk about the customization capabilities of the system, and how they can be used to make NetSuite work the way you need it to. Finally we talk about how the system works in the cloud on hosted servers, and how and why this frees your business to be more nimble.
In this video we talk about the history of NetSuite, so that we can better understand where it is going in the future. We start at the beginning, and talk about the history as Net Ledger, and we go all the way to the present day and NetSuite’s future with Oracle. We cover key people, and developments at the company. We talk about acquisitions and growth, as well as expansion through product offerings. Finally we talk about NetSuite’s size and physical footprint.
In this lesson we take a high level overview of the architecture of the NetSuite system. We cover topics such as how it is hosted, where it is hosted, and the technology behind the hosting. We talk about the advantages of having a hosted system, and why you probably want this. We talk about security and redundancy of the system and why it is usually more secure and redundant than most other systems for all but the largest of businesses. Finally we talk about software you should have to use NetSuite efficiently and effectively, and optional software you might want.